Nestlé Philippines is planning to operate its Cagayan de Oro factory on renewable energy (RE) as part of its RE program. This was revealed during a forum “Promoting Renewable Energy Access in Mindanao” held last September 8 in Davao City organized by the European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ECCP). This is in line with its commitment to achieve its global ambition of net-zero GHG emissions by 2050. This is based on an article at Manila Times.

Nestlé currently operates its factories in Luzon and main office in Makati on 100-percent RE.

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The forum gathered policymakers, leaders, experts and stakeholders from the energy and private sector to give updates on the Philippine renewable energy market, and discuss key steps to improving renewable energy access and service delivery in Mindanao.

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